This two-convertible-to-three-bedroom condominium at 58 Walker Street has all the credibility it needs as an authentic Tribeca loft, but wood-paneled walls, a marble-mantled fireplace and super-luxe details assure there won’t be any need to sacrifice grown-up elegance.
13-foot ceilings, massive loft windows and exposed brick walls within a cast iron loft building frame a 1,927 square-foot home whose interiors were created by the design team of kureck/jones. An added rare-in-a-loft perk: There’s a private terrace off the master bedroom.
The inviting warmth of a wood-burning fireplace anchors the home’s grand living room; the surrounding mahogany-clad wall boasts stained oak panels that conceal a flat-screen TV.
On both sides of the fireplace are custom-built floor-to-ceiling cast iron bookshelves with authentic bottle glass floor panels, a decorative cast iron ladder and a movable staircase. This spacious living room is more than large enough to accommodate dining and entertaining should you choose to create a third bedroom.
The renovated pass-through chef’s kitchen is spacious and well equipped with top-of-the-line appliances, cherry wood cabinets and granite countertops. A large dining area on the other side of the kitchen can easily be converted to a third bedroom, den or office.
An oversized master bath is lined with Calacatta marble with a floor of micro-mosaic marble. This bathroom features both a nickel-plated cast iron soaking tub and a separate shower room with double rain shower heads and built-in mirrored cabinets.
A luxurious master bedroom also has a large dressing area (though it’s not pictured) with multi-level built-ins and a leather floor; the best luxury of all might be the small private terrace accessible through the master, perfect for morning sun or a nightcap. A second bedroom can double as a cozy office or den. The thoroughly up-to-date condo offers central heating and a/c and a washer dryer, plus a key-locked elevator with direct access to the apartment, a camera intercom, a private storage unit and a part-time super.
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Images courtesy of Halstead.
Neighborhoods : Tribeca